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  • Wild North

    If you took a a straight line from South Dakota's southern-most border and drew it across the whole world map, that would, approximately, be the line that divided the 'civilized' places from the 'wild' ones. The actual border is not near as straight or …

  • Fibor

    Fibor is, basically, the part of the US that isn't the [[Wild North]]. It's a fairly peaceful, decently populated country with humans and non-humans mingling together without too many problems. It contains cities (tho not usually where the Pre-Rift …

  • Fibor Capital

    The Capital City of [[Fibor]] is really a wonder in and of itself. Most of the main train tracks lead to this city, and it is quite large enough to accommodate them. This city is one of the few that have retained Pre-Rift size, so it's extremely …

  • Nihon

    This is the island chains once called 'Japan' and 'Hawaii,' and even parts of the coasts of China and pretty much all of both Koreas. There are almost *no* humans in Nihon. Instead, they have become homes to the [[Yokai]], who seem friendly enough …

  • Forbidden Lands

    The Forbidden Lands aren't actually near as exciting or forbidden as their name would leave you to believe. These places are just way too deserted and hot to really accommodate human society. They make up just about any desert area, and Texas. In other …

  • Jungle South

    The Jungle South is just as its name implies. It's thick, nigh impassive jungle, and it holds many secrets. This region basically takes up all of South America and what parts of Africa that aren't [[Forbidden Lands]] or regular Savannah (which would be …

  • Frigid Lands

    The Frigid Lands are *cold*. However, it also holds the world's largest untouched forest (in real life as well as in the campaign). It comprises the area above the [[Wild North]] and Antarctica. There are actually people who live in the Frigid Lands, …

  • Xia

    If you took Imperial China at its peak, added some modern anachronisms, took away the Great Wall, and expanded its borders to include India, you'd get, roughly, Xia. It is, by far, the most populated and probably the biggest united 'country.' Xia also …

  • Gothyca

    What do you get when you combine the Black Forest, the old Germanic tribes, Romanian magic/superstition, and technology? Gothyca! (sorry about the name, it popped into my head, and I was never able to think past it :P) Gothyca is, surprisingly, the …

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